MLB owners reportedly approved a plan to start the 2020 season amid the coronavirus pandemic that included an 82-game schedule and mostly regional matchups but at least one player expressed his concern about players’ safety should there be a season at all.
Washington Nationals closer Sean Doolittle, in a series of tweets, was concerned about the availability of tests should the season get started.
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Doolittle has talked extensively about his wife’s respiratory issues and the concerns he has about contracting the illness.
Doolittle said baseball needs a plan that considers the health risks associated with playing again and he hoped that some of these concerns will be addressed.
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